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Eric Kresser No. 15      Quarterback Personal information Date of birth: February 6, 1973 (1973-02-06) (age 38) Place of birth: Cincinnati, Ohio High School: Palm Beach Gardens High School Palm Beach Gardens, Florida Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Weight: 209 lb (95 kg) Career information College: University of Florida Marshall University Undrafted in 1997 Debuted in 1998 for the Cincinnati Bengals Last played in 2002 for the Montreal Alouettes Career history Cincinnati Bengals (1997–1999) Berlin Thunder (2000) Montreal Alouettes (2002) Career highlights and awards SEC Championship (1993, 1994, 1995) NCAA Division I-AA National Champion (1996) Passing attempts     21 Completions     10 Passing yards     164 Touchdowns     1 Stats at NFL.com Stats at pro-football-reference.com Stats at DatabaseFootball.com Eric Joel Kresser (born February 6, 1973) is a former American college and professional football who was quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) and the Canadian Football League (CFL) for five seasons in the 1990s and 2000s. Kresser played college football for the University of Florida and Marshall University, and thereafter, he played professionally for the Cincinnati Bengals of the NFL and the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL. Contents 1 Early years 2 College career 3 Professional career 3.1 NFL (1997-1999) 3.2 NFL Europe (2000) 3.3 Canadian Football League (2002) 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Early years Kresser was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1973.[1] He attended Palm Beach Gardens High School in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida,[2] where he lettered in high school football, basketball and baseball for the Palm Beach Gardens Gators. Kresser received all-state honors in football. College career Kresser received an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, where he played for coach Steve Spurrier's Florida Gators football team from 1993 to 1995.[3][4] Memorably, as a junior in 1995, he threw for 458 yards and six touchdowns against the Northern Illinois Huskies, including a 96-yard touchdown pass to Jacquez Green.[3] Kresser was unconditionally released by Florida and transferred to Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia for his senior season, and led the Marshall Thundering Herd to the NCAA Division I-AA National Championship in 1996. Professional career NFL (1997-1999) Kresser signed a rookie contract with the Cincinnati Bengals, where he spent his entire three year NFL career. NFL Europe (2000) In 2000, the Bengals sent Kresser to play for the Berlin Thunder. He started the first four games before injuring his right shoulder. Canadian Football League (2002) After sitting out the 2001 season, Kresser played for the Grey Cup champion Montreal Alouettes in the 2002 CFL season.[5] See also American football portal Biography portal College football portal Florida Gators Florida Gators football, 1990–1999 List of Florida Gators football players Marshall Thundering Herd References ^ Pro-Football-Reference.com, Players, Eric Kresser. Retrieved March 18, 2011. ^ databaseFootball.com, Players, Eric Kresser. Retrieved March 18, 2011. ^ a b 2010 Florida Gators Football Media Guide, Gator History, University Athletic Association, Gainesville, Florida, p. 175, 178–180, 197 (2010). Retrieved April 10, 2011. ^ Mike McCall (2008-01-28). "Team Florida takes quarterback Kresser, linemen Smith, Wilson with first three draft picks". HTML. Alligator.org. http://alligator.org/articles/2008/01/28/sports/football/aafl.txt. Retrieved 2008-03-09.  ^ "All-Time Alouettes Roster". Montreal Alouettes Football Club. http://en.montrealalouettes.com/legacy/pdfs/alltimeroster.pdf. Retrieved 2008-08-01. [dead link] External links Player card on ESPN.com Profile on SI.com Profile at Pro Football Database v · d · eFlorida Gators starting quarterbacks Angus Williams (1949) • Haywood Sullivan (1950–1951) • Rick Casares (1952) • Doug Dickey (1952–1953) • Dick Allen (1954) • Bobby Lance (1955) • Jimmy Dunn (1956–1958) • Dick Allen (1959) • Larry Libertore (1960–1962) • Tom Batten (1961) • Tom Shannon (1962–1964) • Steve Spurrier (1964–1966) • Jack Eckdahl (1967) • Larry Rentz (1967–1968) • John Reaves (1969–1971) • Chan Gailey (1972) • David Bowden (1972–1973) • Don Gaffney (1973–1975) • Jimmy Fisher (1975–1976) • Terry LeCount (1977) • Tim Groves (1978–1979) • John Brantley, III (1978) • Tyrone Young (1979) • Johnell Brown (1979) • Larry Ochab (1979–1980) • Bob Hewko (1980–1982) • Wayne Peace (1980–1983) • Kerwin Bell (1984–1987) • Kyle Morris (1988–1989) • Herbert Perry (1988) • Donald Douglas (1989) • Shane Matthews (1990–1992) • Terry Dean (1993–1994) • Danny Wuerffel (1993–1996) • Eric Kresser (1995) • Doug Johnson (1997–1999) • Noah Brindise (1997) • Jesse Palmer (1998–2000) • Rex Grossman (2000–2002) • Brock Berlin (2001) • Ingle Martin (2003) • Chris Leak (2003–2006) • Tim Tebow (2007–2009) • John Brantley, IV (2010– ) Florida Gators quarterbacks are listed in the order of their first appearance as a starter. Overlapping years indicate seasons when more than one player started at quarterback. v · d · eBerlin Thunder starting quarterbacks Ware • Kresser • Milanovich • Quinn • Husak • Burris • Stambaugh • Davey • Ragone • Campbell • Lulay v · d · eMontreal Alouettes 90th Grey Cup Champions 1 Tavares Boldin | 3 Sylvain Girard | 4 Thomas Haskins | 5 Éric Lapointe | 6 Keith Stokes | 7 Matt Lytle | 8 Reggie Durden | 9 Wayne Shaw | 10 Terry Baker | 11 Lawrence Phillips | 13 Anthony Calvillo | 15 Eric Kresser | 16 Pat Woodcock | 17 Patrick Dorvélus | 18 William Loftus | 20 Perry Carter | 23 Mark Washington | 26 Dan Dericott | 27 Mike Pringle | 29 Wayne Shaw | 31 Barron Miles | 33 Bruno Heppell | 34 Tim Fleiszer | 35 Stephane Fortin | 38 Timothy Strickland | 43 Kevin Richards | 44 Kevin Johnson | 47 Stefen Reid | 53 Uzooma Okeke | 54 Marc Megna | 57 Scott Flory | 58 Anwar Stewart | 61 Luke Fritz | 64 Rick Cunningham | 65 Kevin Lefsrud | 66 Neal Fort | 68 Bryan Chiu | 75 Ed Philion | 78 Adriano Belli | 80 Jeremaine Copeland | 83 Darran Hall | 86 Ben Cahoon | 91 Mat Petz | 94 Robert Brown | 96 Phil Gibson | 99 Reggie Lowe Head coach: Don Matthews Persondata Name Kresser, Eric Alternative names Kresser, Eric Joel; Kresser, Eric J. Short description American college football player, professional football player, quarterback, Grey Cup champion Date of birth February 6, 1973 Place of birth Cincinnati, Ohio, United States Date of death Place of death